can figure this out i have tried but i have no idea

A farmer’s field is a square 188 yd on each side. What is the radius of the largest crop circle which can be made in the field?

• The Undertaker (RIP) says:

Since it’s a square, you can just divide the side by 2 to get the radius of the largest circle that can be completely in the square.

188/2 = 94 yards is the radius.

Remember that in any rhombus, the largest circle that can be drawn inside is the incircle or a circle that touches all the sides of the quadrilateral. No other quadrilateral other than rhombus can have an incircle.

• sv says:

Largest crop circle in a square of side length 188 yds is of radius = 1/2 of 188 yds = 94 yds.

• lightofwadowice says:

thats damn easy
remember its just length divided by 2 if u face another such question in future
GOOD LUCK!

• Toksik-na-toksik says:

If it is a square with side equal to 188 yd, then the diameter of the biggest circle is 188 yd or radius of 94 yd.

• iamurfriendx says:

radius = 188/2 = 94 yd